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JBuUiE (JOIiIrECE, 

LA GRANGE. GEORGIA. 1892 93. 



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CATALOGUE 



Forty-Eighth Annual Session 



LAGRANGE 
FEMALE * COLLEGE, 

LaGran^e, Georgia. 
1892=93. ^* 

INSTITUTED 183 iARTER CD 1846. 

Judge us / our u/or% 






Board of Trustees. 



W. D. ANDERSON. D. D Marietta. 

Dr. JOHN A. BAUGH LaGrange. 

Rev. R. J. B1GHAM Milledgeville. 

JOHN R. BROOME LaGrange. 

W. A CANDLER. D. D Oxford. 

H. H. CARY. A. M.. M. D LaGrange. 

JAMES W. CHAPMAN \^ Washington. 

W. L. CLEAVELAND LaGrange. 

JOHN D. EDMUNDSON LaCrange. 

W. F. GLENN. D. D Atlanta. 

W. V. GRAY LaG-ange. 

Hon. HENRY R. HARRIS Greenville. 

J. W. HE1DT. D. D Atlanta. 

J. C. HENDRIX Atlanta. 

Rev. J. B. HUNN1CUTT Athens. 

Rev. A. P JONES LaGrange. 

F S. M.FARL1N LaGrange. 

j_:.N W. McGEE LaGrange. 

J F MOON. D. D Elberton. 

J. . OGLETREE S.inson. 

J. -. PARK. LL.D LaGrange. 

M. P/>L • LaGrange. 

R .• . v.'. A. i ARKS Douglasville. 

Dp. E. D. P "MAN LaGrange. 

J. H. P!TI./ . Eso LaCrange. 

V-A-POr" Grantville. 

Rev. W. F. QUI ^N Augusta 

F. P. RANDLE Roanoke. Ala. 

JOHN !.. SOLERTSON LaGrange. 

J. B.ROBINS, D.D Atlanta 

T - M - SW1FT Elberton. 

B. T. THOMPSON, Esq Newnan . 

J-CTRU1TT LaCrange. 

Hon. W. A. ibKNER N-wnan 

W. W. WADSWORTH, D. D A sta . 

Vm. s. witham Anniston A!a 

Officers of the Board. 

wm.s. witham PRES!DENT 

W V CRAY „ 

u "' Secretary and Treasurer. 



Faculty 

1892-93. 



LITERARY DEPARTMENT. 

RUFUS W. SMITH. A. M.. 
Mental and Moral Science. 

EULER B. SMITH. A. M., 
I n|(lish, Spanish, Pedagogy. 

Mrs. RUFUS W. SMITH. 
Mathematics, French. 

Mrs. EULER B. SMITH. 
Mathematics. Literary Department. 

Miss EMMA HOWARD. 
Natural Science. 

LEON P. SMITH. A. B.. 
Latin. Cierman. 

CLIFFORD L. SMITH. 
Bookkeeping. 

Mrs. CEORGIA 0. TEASDALE. 
Physical Culture. 

THOMAS C. MANNING, 
Special Penmanship. 

Mrs. LEON P. SMITH, A. B.. 
Preparatory Department. 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 

ALWYN M. SMITH. Director. 
Harmony, Chorus, Sight-Singing. 

Mrs. ALWYN M.SMITH (Graduate N. E. Conservatory). 
Voice Culture. Organ. Theory. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



Miss MIRIAM WEST. A. M.. B. M.. 
Piano Theory . 

Miss MAIDEE SMITH. A. B.. B. I. M 
Piano, Theor> . 

Miss CLAIRE L. SMITH, A. B.. B. 1. M. 
Piano, Theory. 

CLIFFORD L. SMITH. 
Violin, Acoustii I. 



ART DEPARTMENT. 

Miss MAMIE HOLIFIELD. 



INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT. 

Mrs. J. E. JONES. 
Dressmaking 



CLIFFORD L. SMITH, 
Mrnnirranhy , Typewriting. 



College Home. 

Mrs. RUFUS W. SMITH. Udy Principal. 
Mks. E. J. COOPER, Domestic Department. 
Miss MELISSA CATO. Domestic Department 



Officers of the Faculty. 

RUFUS W. SMITH, President. 
EULER B. SMITH SBOMTTAftr. 
CLIFFORD L. SMITH. Treasurer. 




RUFL'S W. SMITH, President. 



Alumnae. 



L): ASE inform us concerni:: tted alu Tinae, or any errors 

■ below. Information . idress. occupation, etc.. v. 

thankfully received. nd address. Send us 

:es issued prior to 1886. Deceased., nicated thus: *. 









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Elizabeth L. Bi. 






in T. Cameron. 






Sarah B. Cameron 


Mrs. . 














IH47. 






Adelaide E. Bi^*: 






Sarah C. Mor, 




Barber. 


Sarah H. C 




N 'wton. 


Ophelia A. Osborne. 






Tabilha E. Hill 


Mrs 


Hov 


Susan J. Presley. 


Mr.. 


Bunr 


Martha R. Hill. 


Mrs 


Potts.* 


A. Saundi 






Rebr. '.'hall.* 






IH4H. 






Mary A. Broughton. 


Mrs 


Montgomery. Frances J. Greenwooc 


. Mrs 




Eliza J. B- 


Mrs 


Martin. 


Sarah j. Kidd. 




Camp.* 


Amarintha C. Cameron 




Gibson. 


1 E. King. 


Mrs 


Rice. 


Sarah Clayton. 




Jeter. 


Pauline L- 




Ab'crombie 


Catharine P. D< . 




Willis. 


Elizabeth Parham. 




Tignor.* 


Jane E. Gilbert. 


Mrs 




IS49. 






Josephine H. Akin. 


Mrs. 


Tatum.* 


Mary P. Grtgi 


Mrs 


Neal* 


a C. Bigham. 




Will 


an A. M.addox. 


Mrs 


.on. 


Henrietta Rroome.* 












Sophronla S. Can 






. iia E. Mitchell 


Mrs. 


Dowdell. 


• y A. Chappell. 


Mrs. 






M rs. 


Dozier. 


Amanda A. DuBose 




lvey. 


li'eth A. Stinson 




* iiff* 


Fran jr. 


Mrs. 


Goldsmith 


Mary A. Thomp:. 






is E. Broughton. 


Mrs. 


Long.* 


1H."((. 

ha F. Harvey. 


Mrs. 


Harper. 


P. Burke. 


Mrs. 


■el!.* 


Anr, E. McGn 




Akers.* 


Martha E. D 




'ton.* 


Susan M. Meadors. 


Mrs. 


Brow. 






Amoss. 


5'arah C. Newton. 


Mrs. 


Dozier. 




Mrs. 




lelia A Red , 




Jones. 


a C. For! 






Rebecca A. SI it 


Mrs. 


Nicholson. 


ret A. Gil, 


Mrs. 


Goo : 


Caroline S. Ste; 




Banks. 


Mar,- E .' 




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terine C S - 


Mrs 


Neal.* 








| Helen A Tate 
ISSI. 




Mitchell 


.;. Alford 


Mrs. 




M. Doujm 






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Mrs. 


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Mary J C 






, Mary E. Drake. 


Mrs. 




Ann Da 


Mrs. 






Mrs 


Lee 






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LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



1 852. 



M VIIH'A N \ Ml 

L. C. Hampton. 
Si-rah Harris. 
S. Celestia Hill. 
Eliza J. Kidd. 
Susan McGehee. 
Jane Newton. 



Lorine C. Acee. 
Sarah A. Akers. 
Alberta V Amoss. 
Isabella Baldrick.* 
Louisa Bryan* 
Anna Calhoun. 
Emma Cameron. 
Sarah B. Cameron. 
Ellen Cline. 
Catharine Coleman. 
Mary El'za Colquitt. 
Caroline Craven. 



M uiKlrn \ imi; 

Mrs. Davis. 
Mrs. Lockhart.* 
Mrs. Means. 
Mrs. Lane. 
.Mrs. Hampton. 
Mrs. Dozier. 



II A 1 1 i v. \ KAMI 
Ann Reid. 
Mary F. Reid.* 
Rebecca A. Rut lodge. 
Roxanna Sharp. 
Catharine Spicer. 



IK.-.3. 



Mrs. Smith. 
Mrs. F'otts.* 
Mrs. Heard. 



Mrs. Martin. 

Mrs. Leonard.* 

Mrs. Waters. 

Mrs. Gaffney. 

Mrs. Dix. 

Mrs. Sappington. 



E. S. Edmondson. 
Mary Fall. 
Nancy Hall. 
Missouri Jones. 

Lee. 
Mary Lov 
; Elizabeth Pace. 
Marietta Peeples.* 
Susan Pre- .1 
Harriet Spivey. 
Caroline V.' 
Marv Whittield. 



Sarah M. Barnes. 

Mary Colquitt. Mrs. Green. 

Ann E. Cooper. 

Margaret Cunningham.* 

Amanda Edmondson.* 

Harriet Edmondson. Mrs. Anderson 

Frances H. Harris, Mrs. Kimball. 

Mary A. King. Mrs Scott. 

Florida C. Ley. 

Mary M. McKemic. Mrs. Craven 

Lucy A. Morrow. Mrs. Smith. 

Susan Newton. Mrs. Burnett. 



1854. 

Lucy Pace. 
Georgia Patrick. 
Missouri Pitts. 
Sarah F. Reid. 
Susan Skeen. 
Sarah O. Smith. 
Sarah J Stembridge. 
Mary Stephens. 
R. T. Taliaferro, 
Cornelia Tyler. 
Mary Yancey. 



Letitia J. Austell. 

Martha A Cogbiil. 

Sarah A. Dawi-.i 

Virginia E. Edmondson. 

Margaret E. Griffin. 

Sa-ah I. Harris. 

Mary H. Holland. 

Melissa N. Laney. 

Phoebe G. Mabry.* 

Henrietta E. McBain. Mrs Kimbrough 

Margaret K. McDowell. 



1855. 



Camilla P. Meadors. 
Margaret A. Mooney. 
Blanche Morgan. 
Mary E. Rcdwine 
Sarah W. Reese. 
Kate I. Selleck. 
Eliza O. Shepherd. 
Mary F. Steagall. 
Susan E. Tooke.* 
Emma J. Tyler. 
Sarah E. Ward. 



Melissa A. Appleby. 
Martha F. Blackburn. 
Laura E. Cameron. 
M-..-tha C. Carter. 
Sallie Craig. 
Lizzie W. Cunningham 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



1856. 

McCraw. Nancy C. Hill. 

Judge. Harriet N. Lipscomb. 

Gibson. Mirtha P. McKemic. 

Weaver * Anna H. Meadow:; 
S. Indiana Pi- 
Mary A. Powell 



UAHKIKIl \ \ \|| 



Mrs. Eoynton. 
Mrs. Jones. . 
Mrs. 



Mrs. Maffett. 

Mr.-,. Hall. 

Mrs. . 

Mrs. — 
Mrs. BradfieU. 
Mrs. , 

Mrs. Pearson. 
Mrs. Marcus. 
Mrs. Gay. 
Mrs. Boyd. 



'.lien. 
Mr.-.. Grant. 

Mrs Wilson.* 

Mr,. Herring. 
Mrs. Ccrry. 

Mr;. Young.* 



Mrs. Ezzell. 
Mr;. Johnson. 

Lovelace. 
Mrs. Edmondson.* 
Mr;,. Morgan. 
Mrs. Dent. 



Mrr, 
Mr;. 

Mr 



Morgan. 

Kirby, 

Craven. 



Mr;,. Stowe. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE 



MAIIIIV N \ Ml 


«Al(lui;i> N \ M 1. 


M Alius v\mi: 


■ AJtMBD NAMI 


Elizabeth H. DeLoach 






Rebecca O. Powell. 






Ellen B. DitLoach. 






Sophia L. Saunders. 






M. J. Edwards. 


Mrs 


Thompson. 


Frances C. Tennison. 






Louise D. Ellis, 


Mr:; 


Herring. 


Mary C Tyler. 


Mrs 


Bynum. 


Susan E. Harrell. 


Mr:, 


Smith. 


Phlto Ware. 


Mr:, 


Witherspoon 


Anna M. Haynes, 


Mr: 


Renwick, 












1857. 






M. E. Alford 


Mrs 


Heard. 


Susan V. Harreli, 


Mrs 


May berry. 


Frances Andrew 






Addie R. Powell. 






M. Y. Atkinson, 


Mr 


Mallory. 


Hattie A. Shumate 






G. A. Baldrick* 






Elizabeth Smith 


Mrs 


Clark, 


Mittie E. Berry, 


Mrs 


Oglesby. 


Anna Steagall. 






Hadessa Byrd. 


Mrs 


Traywick. 


Mary J. Stinson. 


Mrs 


Ttgnor, 


S A. Cameron. 


Mrs' 


Colbert. 


Anna E. Swanson, 


Mrs 


Swanson. 


Mary C. Cole.* 






Martha Tooke, 






Laura A. Garlington. 


Mrs. 


. 


i Fannie A. Ward 


Mrs 


Johnson. 






1858. 






G. Bonner. 


Mrs. 


Terrell.* 


A. S. Greenwood. 


Mr:. 


Slatter • 


L. H. Brown. 






E. A. Hamilton. 






Sallie Bull. 


Mrs. 


Park 


M. A. E. Hamilton 






V. H. Clayton. 






M. J. Hamilton. 






J. A Cooper. 


Mrs. 


Van Epps. 


A. C. Hanks. 






M. A. Cox. 


Mr:, 


Tuggle. 


M. C. Reese. 






R. C. Crowder. 






M. E. Speer. 


Mrs 


Winship 


1 F. Gordon. 




M 


50. 






Mary L. Akers. 






Bettie Nelson. 






Susan E. Bass. 






M. B. Pullen. 


Mrs. 


Russell.* 


M. E. Beall. 


Mrs. 


Ridley. 


Mary Shepherd. 


Mrs. 


Kirksey, 


Hattie Carlton. 


Mr:.. 


Dozier.* 


Mattie B. Shepherd. 


Mrs. 


Russell. 


Mary J. Carlton. 






Aley Smith. 


Mrs. 


Boddit:. 


Alice R. Culler 


Mrs. 


Cobb. 


Carrie Stinson. 


Mrs 


Ogletree,* 


Fletcher Hardin. 






Achsah Tin 


Mrs. 




C. McKemi' 


Mrs. 


Craven. 


Ophelia Wilkes. 


Mrs. 


Tumlin.* 


Sue C. Meatr. 


Mr.-.. 


Griffin* 


Ttnslie Winston. 


Mrs. 


Winston.* 


A. Mor^land. 


Mr:.. 


Speer. 


Sarah Womack. 


Mr:;. 


— _ — , 


Anna Morgan. 


Mrs. 


Flournoy. 


R. K. Woodward. 


Mrs. 


Harris * 


R. M M 


Mrs. 


Moss. 









Emma L. Bostick. 
M Abbie Callaway. 
Claude V. Carlton. 
Eliza J. Cox, 
Mary fc.. Evans. 
f. C. Fleming, 
E. Complin Fo'bcs. 
Augusta M. hill 
Fannie Jeter, 
M F:mnie Johnson. 
N. A. Johnson. 
I S. Laney. 

Janey M L.aney 



Mrs Edmondson. 



Mrs. Akers. 

Mi Edwardr. 
Mrs. Dixon. 
Mr:, Walterrnirc, 
Mrs. Thorn: 

Mrs M( Law, 
Mr:, Maddox. 



I860. 

I Alice Ledbetter. 
S Cornelia Lovejoy. 
: Mollie J. Miller. 
! Fredonia Raiford. 
! Aline E Reese. 
I Polly Robinson. 
I Edna M. Rush. 
j Sallie Sanges. 
| Laura J. Sasnett. 
| Sallie Shepherd. 
i Mollie J. Smith. 
j Sallie Talley* 

■ lla C Winfrey 



Mrs. Revill. 

Mr: Mooty. 
Mrs. McFarlin. 
Mrs Blondner. 
Mr:,. Hammond. 
Mrs. Callahan. 
Mr, Mullins, 
Mrs. Branham * 
Mrs Shorter. 



FRANCE FEMALE COLLEGE 



IK;>! 



© 



M.' n ':\ n 
jA. - 
Julia C. Boh; 
Georgia A. B> 
Cordelia C. Ci. 
Ella M. Cunr, 



Tl, 

hton 
lam. 



Frances M. .glass, 
MollievHum 
C. M.ledb 
Lucy B. Lipsco: 
Levecie G. Maddox 



Mary A. Baldrick. 
Frances A. Bass. 
Fletcher Birch. 
Vandaiia E. Boddie. 
Lizzie Burge. 
Anna E. Evans. 
Mattie Field. 
Lucy A. Fleming. 
Mary F. Gilmer. 
Lizzie Godwin. 
Jennie Goorwin. 
Rebecca Harrington. 
Marv A Havnes. 
Ella'Hill. 
Georgia H >dnett. 
Susan A "logg. 



Addie Bull. 
Hattie E. Callaway. 
Lizzit Leslie. 
Sallie Leslie. 
Mattie Marshall 



Eliz Akers. 
Ella Broughton. 
Ida Burk. 
Mary Cunr igham. 



Kai 

Ali 






Hie Cotter, 
rtnnie C. Curtright. 
Carrie Pitman. 



Mrs 

M.s. 

Mr:; 

Mrs. 
Vrs. 



Mrs 



•III' K A M I 

Craig.* 
Witter.* 
Hayes. 

ith. 

e 



;iiis.* 

■larwell. 
Kendrick. 



a a n • ; v \ i ii i 
Nuda M. Oi 
Emm., 
Ellen i 
E. C. Phil! ; 
L. C. Pullen, 

harlotte E. Reid, 
Genie Reid, 
M. A. Story, 
S. Elmira Wilkes, 
Emma C. Yancev 



1862. 



Mr:,. Wisdom 



Mrs. Cotton^ 
Mrs. Bookhar 



Mrs. Ward. 
Mrs. Davidson.' 



Bcttie Howell- 
Sallie A. Knight. 
Sallie A. Little. 
Anna Lyon 
C. P. McGehee. 
Kate 0. Merritt. 
Mary Mooney. 
Lou O'Neal. 
Kransillian Owens. 
Clara 0. Packard. 
Fletcher Pitts, (Ty 
Mattie D. Pitta, 
Mattie A. Traylor 
Mollie White, 
Mattie E. Wimbish. 



Mi . I '.;iil s ■ 

Mr:. Morris. 

'owr.es.* 
Mrs. C 



Mr:;. B;v., 
Mra, A 01 

Mrs. Joiner. 

Mrs. Tafft.* 

inn, rvwJ\jjL, 

Mr ; : . ■ ■ 

Mrs. Abraham. 



ih:>3. 



Tomlinson. 



Mrs. Beasley. 



! Annie Martin. 
; E lie McCain. 
| Geraline Z. Moreland. 
Anna Turner. 



1864. 



Mrs. Bowden. 
Mrs. Hay.* 



Mrs. Hornadv 
Mrs Willis 



Mrs. Ti 

i 



Mrs. Reaves. 
Mrs. McClure. 
Mrs. Truitt, 



Mary E. Curtright 
Fannie Hall. 
Nora Owens, 
Fannie Pullen. 

1805. 

Achsah Maddox. 

1871. 

Lula Culbs ■ 
Mary Hill 

I87.V 

! Willie Pitman. 
Mary L. Poythress. 



Mrs. Fl 



Mrs. Raki 
Mr:,. Caudle 
Mrs, Smith. 
Mr:; /• 



Mr:;, I 



M n 1/ 
Mrs. Ficklin, 



Mrs. Bra* 

Mr:,, Barnard,* 



A. > 



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ELLKR B. S.VITH. 5ctrctar> 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



■ A1DE1 villi 

Maria O. Bass. 
Dora Boy kin. 
Mollie Bell-; Evans. 
Salhe Lou Haralson. 



Aldora Gauldinjr. 



Mary Alford. 
Julia Connally. 
Annie Crusselle. 



Lizzie Baugh. 
Sallie F. B 
F. Virgie Buice. 
Leila Hudson. 



Lula Jones. 
Maine Traylor. 



• Atkinson. 
Mattie C: 
Fannie Dowman. 
man 



Lula A. Brannon. 
Stella Burns. 
Ella L. Crusselle. 
E. Driver. 
- Gates. 
E Baxter Mabrv. 



R. Boykm. 

Howard. 
Ma Palmer. 
Mollie E. Stipe. 

Helen Baldwin. 
Carrie D. Ballard. 
Annie Bradley. 
May Candler. 
Susie Candler. 
Cenevra Gholson. 
Carobel H- 



Beulah B. Arnold. 

• 
Mary G. Broome. 
Revill. 



1874. 



M \ KBIKf) ■** M l 

" "tt. 

Mrs. Seals. 



MAIIH N Mill 

I. Lulu Ward. 

■■•'hitaker. 
Aduie O. Wimbish. 



IH76. 

Thomas; 0:1. J Jennie McFail. 
1877. 
Mrs. Hogg. Emma Palmer. 

Mrs. Rosser, \ Clodissa Richardson. 

Mrs. Vaughan. 

1878. 

McDonald* Mattie T. McGehee. 
Mrs. Cary. Ola M. Simmons. 

'■' ley. Lizzie A. Traylor. 



torthen. 



Mrs. Zellars. 

'uber. 



■ 
Mrs. Baker. 

Mrs. Swanson. 



I87Q. 

Fannie White. 
Sallie Wilha-r 

1880. 

Ida Lee • 
Hattie 

Myrtie it ar 
Emma 

1881. 

Augusta Vaughan. 
Etta Vaughan 
Lula Walker. 

". Watkins. 
Mollie R. Whitaker. 



1882. 

May F" 
Mrs. McL^nn. Be: 
Mrs. McDonald. Irene 
Mrs. . 



■ I urner 

:er. 



Mrs. Sasser. 
Mrs. Cantrell 



1883. 

Maude Howell. 
Ca'rie Parks. 
lie Revill. 
hltie Thompson. 
Janie Wadsv. 
Lilarette Young, 



MAKIUKIi MMi: 

Mrs. Foote. 
Mrs. Anthony. 



Mrs. Warlick. 

Mrs. Williams.* 
Mrs. Connally. 



Mrs. Park. 
Mrs. Simmons. 



Mrs Clay. 
Mrs. Reid. 



Trammell. 
Mrs. Reade. 
Mrs. Russell. 



Matthews. 
Fiupatrick. 
Mrs. Ware. 

verstreet. 
-ws. 



Mrs. Furher 
upo.* 



Mrs. Jot- on. 
Mrs. 0" ira. 
Mrs. Smith. 
Mrs. Irvine. 
Mrs. Matthews. 



1884. 



Mrs. Carney. 

Gresham. 
Mrs. Atkinsuii, 



a A. Simms. Mrs. Redwine 
Mamie Spears. Mrs. Wicker. 
Adelaides. Wads\v_,rth. Mrs. Copeland 
- Mary L.zzic Wright. Mrs. 



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LAGRANGE FEMA! E COLLEGE. 



I8S5. 



MAII'KN MSI 

Pauline E. Arnold. 
J. Bessie Barnelt.t 
Emma F. Bullard. 
Katie D. Cooper. 
A. Ethel Johnson. t 
Daisy Knight. 



Emma Barrett. t 
Willie Bums.t 
Mary Lou Dansby 
Lizzie L. Dyer. 
Lucy L. Evans. 
Bessie Jackson. 
Mattie Magruder. 
Willie Miller. 
Mary Ruth Mixon. 



Jessie G. Burnett.' 
Glenn Camp. 
Annie L. Cole. 
J. Winona Cotter. 
Lucy A. Heard. 
Eerta V. Henry. 
Susie H. Jarrell. 
E. May Johnson. t 
Blanche Mr : 
Maude McFarlin.t 



Lizzie 1 Arnold. t 
Dor* H. Beckman. 
Lou G. Camp. 
M. Jennie Cooper. 
Fannie Covin. 
Minnie L. Crawford. 
Pearl Crawford 
Ollie Ellis. 
M. Jennie Evans. t 
Mam.e H. Har 
Lillie Jarrcl). 
N Grace Johnston. 



Annie H. Chambless. 
L. Abbie Chambless 
L. Dora Cline. 
Lula Dickerson.t 
""*M. Corrie Dickerson.t 
Dona E. Haralson. t 
M Louise Herring. 
Mary N. Hurt.t 
M. Lily Jackson 
A Maude McDaniel. 



M Mill II I ■ M Ml 



Mrs. 

Mrs. Culpepper. 
Mrs. Puckett. 



MAIM K KAMI 

Lollie E. Lewis. 
Olivia V. Macy. 
Haiti'* May Morgan 
Mollie C. Simms. 
Annie K. Worley 



Mrs. Ab'crombie. Persia Wright. t 



1886. 



Mrs. Duke. 

M r Boyd. 

Mrs. Cook. 
M rl Dobbs. 



Mrs. Carpenter. 
Mrs. Wolfe. 

Mrs. Jones. 
Mrs. Thomas. 

Mrs. Harmon. 

Mr.-.. White. 



Jessie Pitman r 
Belle Poer. 
Leman Poer.t 
Ida B. Smith. 
Nelie Smith, r 
Bunnie Trimble. 
Ella Walker.' 
Minnie Ware.t 



1887. 

Clara L Meriwether 

Amy Moss. 

Lillian O. Ridenhour. 

Maidee Smith. 
, Mary K. Strozier. 
< Jimmie Lou Thompson 
1 Maude S. Tompkins 

Carrie Y. Williams. 

Annie Wilson 
I 

1888. 



MAMISU a »<ll 

"russelle.* 
Mrs. Johnston. 
Mrs. Ward. 
Mrs. Kimbrough. 



Sutton. 

Mrs. Lani' 
Mrs. Gay. 

.on. 

Mr Woody ard 

Mrs Vi Mekin. 

Mrs Ban 

'■'• 







Fannie Bet Jones. 


Mrs. 


Quillun 


Mrs 


Schwettm'n. 


Cecile Longino. 






Mr, 


Brannon. 


Annie M. Moate. 


Mrs. 


Scott.* 


Mrs 


Mabry. 


Minnie Moore,-' 
S. Lizzie Parks. 










Maude M. Scroggm.t 


Mrs. 


Dent. 


Mrs 


Maddox. 


Lillie Sullivan. 






Mrs 


Trippe. 


A. Lois Turner. 


Mrs. 


Wilcox. 


Mrs. 


Bradfield. 


Maggie Van Zandt.t 


Mrs. 


Scott. 






Ruby Ware.t 










Pearl White. 






Mr 


Twyman.* 
181 


Lallie A. Witherspoon.( 










Minnie b McEntire. 


Mrs. 


Tribblt. 






C. Lilian Moate. 


Mrs. 








Julia P. Moate. 






Mrs. 


Maxwell. 


Bettie B. Pti 






Mrs. 


Lee 


Julia F Ridley. 
p Eugenia Sheppard.t 
E May Swindall. 
Fannie Teasiey. 




Hutcher 






Kate Truitt.t 


Mr- 


Young 






Minnie B. Wilkinson. t 







LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE 



1 1 



18VU. 



M II I • I N Mill 

Grace L. Aiken. 
Mira Will Brantly. 
S. Paralie Brotherton. 
Kale T. Daniel. 
Maggie W. Dean. 
Maggie G. Evans. 
Clara N. Graves. 
M. Loulie Hard wick 
Sallie Hodges. 
D. Newtie Ingram.' 
Willie E. Jones. 
Pearl Lee. 1 



Mrs. Tike, 
Mrs. Walker. 

Mrs. Morns, 



Mrs. Candler, 



rimr.lf 



■AIIHtS ■**! 

Ruth T. Marsh. 
Mam.e C. McGehee, 
Ada McLaughlin. 
Anne G. Robertson. 
S. Corinne Simril. 
M. Gladys Sims.t 
Claire L. Smith. 
Minnie L. Smith.' 
Una T. Sperry.' 
Connie V. Stovall. ' 
Mnnie Willingham.' 
M Emma Wilson. 



MAItltll B > \ Ml 

Mrs. Lee. 



Mrs. Ponder. 



IHQl. 



Frankie M. Arnold. 
Rosa O. Atkinson.' 
Myrtie G. Beauchamp. 
Lillie Brady.' 
U. Quie Cousins. 
Jennie Lou Covin. 
Lucile Covin * 
Mamie Zack Crocked 
Addie E. George.* 
Ora A. Gray.* 
Georgia O. Heard. 



Mrs. Fields. 



Hetlie O- Hcarn. 

C. Walton Hollinshead.t 

Mattie E. Johnson. t 

zona B. Liles. 
F. Montana Liles. 

Pearl Long. Mrs. Smith. 

Janie Lou McFarhn. 
Florence Smith Mrs. Stone. 

Lizzie Tucker. 
Mattie E. Walcott.t 
Leila Winn.' 



B. I. M. Rosa 0. Atkinson. Maidee Smith. Mi 



M 






IK92. 



Effie S. Agnew I 
Maud L. Bailey, 
Annie F. B.i 
Annie E. Bell.' 
Sallie S. Boyd. 
Lady E. Boykin. 
C. Lorraine Br.idley t 
Ruth Camp.* 
Clarabess Cr 
E. Maude Ellis. 
Jennie F. Fos' 
Maud Freeman, t 
Winnie V. Hearn. 1 
Clara B. Hodge 
l.ucia W. Hun'. 



Ella R. Johnson. 
F. Lillian McLaughlin 
Lizzie P. Merr: 
Jennie M. Parham.+ 
Sallie W. Quillian 
Rosa Sharp. 
Jennie Smith. 
Talitha A. Speer. 
Bonnell L. Strozier. 
Forrest L. Strozier. 
Juliet Tuggle. 
T. Nettie Ward. 
Edith West. 
M. Louise Wimbish. 
Mary Wootten. 1 



B. 1. M. - Clara N. Craves. Mary L. Park. Claire L. Smith. 

t indicates B. S. degree. All alumnae since 1880 were graduate J *iil. the degree 
of A B unless otherwise staled. 

Total nu -nbtr of alumnae. 570. 



- 



Undergraduates. 



COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT. 



Ferguson, M. Edna . . 
Harrell. Fannie . . 
Hendrix. Maym:e C. . . 
Henry. Annie Gertrude 
Hines. Eula M. . . 



SENIOR CLASS. 

PUPIL. POST OFFICE. PATRON. 

Baxter, M. Bird LaGrange Mrs. Fannie Baxter. 

Brady, B. Mae LaGrange H. K. Brady. 

Britt, S. Amanda .... Columbus W. R. Britt. 

Bulloch, Mattie Bullochville Cyprian Bullc:h. 

Capps. Blonde B Toccoa T. A. Capps. 

Covin. Gene M Hogansville J. H. Covin. 

Dickinson. Meta V. . LaGrange F. M. Dickinson. 

Edmundson, Ledra .... LaGrange J. D. Eimundson. 

Evans. Ruth . . LaGrange Capt. W. S Evans. 

- Greeley D. W. Ferguson. 

Drew Newton Harrell. 

• Atlanta j. C. Hendrix. 

Trenton. South Carolina . Capt. R. P. Henry. 
. Hickory Flat. Alabama . . . . T. J. Hines. 

Hooks. Dollie Dublin C. S. Hooks. 

Kendrick. Leila B Columbus W. T. Kendrick. 

Kirkley. Nellie B Carrollton Mrs. E. G. Kirkley. 

Latham. Mary Z Atlanta Hon. T. W. Latham. 

Liles. Mary F Roanoke. Alabama .... Dr. J. D. Liles. 

Lovelace. M. L'jla .... West Point L. T. C. Lovelace. 

Lupo. Lizzie S Long Run. South Carolina . . Rev. E. S. Lupo. 

Maddox. Fredonia R. . . . V/hitesville \y N Maddox. 

Martyn, M. Ora .... Forsyth Rev . R . P . Martvn . 

Maynard. Anqie L Auburn jj Maynard 

Moss. M. Kate Whitesville Mrs. K. L. Moss. 

Reid. Annie F LaCrange S A Reld . 

Richardson. Genevieve . . Covington Rev. S. P. Richardson' 

Shewmake. Leila A Waynesboro .... Mrs. S. C. Shewmake. 

Speer, Macie E Newnan CM Speer 

Strozier. Estelle .... Greenville ' . Col. j. L. Strozier.' 

Tomunson. Mary M. . . . LaCrange j. M . Tomlinson. 

Williams, Jennif. W Hamilton ... i H Lyncn 

WmN ' Ve ^ C LaGrange E . T. Winn.' 










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Eui.a . 
.-, Belle . 
Bra. S. . . 

Brinsfiei 

I i : . 

E . . . . 

DiCK: 

WA . . 

Freeman. Attie M. . 

Harkf.: .l. S'jsie . . 

lla . 

•;, 0. . . 

E. Lula . . 

Milam, Cora L. 

Mary E. . 
I. . . 
Mosi G. 

ROBERIS N. Ni-.LL . . 

M ■'• nE L. . 
Tugcle. Sara . . 
S- W. . 

JA C. . . 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

Marietta . 

i.nson 

LaGrange . 



PATRON. 

Dr. W. D. Anderson. 

Dr. J. C. Ecauchamp. 

... A. C. Bird. 



Hogansville H. D. Brazell. 

McDonough . . .<ev. W. W. Brinsfield. 

Station. Texas . . . . L. H. Clark. 

Asbury J. 0. Cleaveland. 

Alamo J F. Cook. 

Crowder W. H. Dickerson. 

LaGrange J. D. Edmundson. 

Toomsboro T. M. Freeman. 

Drew Newton Harrell. 

Lovelace M.J. Hunter. 

Camilla Capt. J. M. Lewis. 

Roanoke. Alabama .... Dr. J. D. Liles. 

LaGrange Mrs. Susan Milam. 

Duluth J. S. Dobbins. 

Washington. D. C. ... Mri. M. M. Mooty. 

LaGrange O. A. Dunson. 

LaGrange J. L. Robertson. 

LaGrange J. L. Schaub. 

LaGrange Mrs. M. A. Tuggle. 

n Mrs. E. A. Carter. 

LaGrange Mrs. S. E. Young. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

Bake*, Clara J Annoch J. P. Baker. 

■ D LaGrange J. N Cooper. 

.... Crowder W. H. Dickerson. 

M, Annie Clyde . . LaGrange J. D. Edmundson. 

:. Willie LaGrange Capt. W. S. Evans. 

at. Leila M Newnan Mrs. C. F. Glover. 

Harris. Mary Evans . . . Oxford Prof. L. H. Harris. 

f, Ida E Washington. D. C. . . . Mrs. M. M. Mooty. 

phy. Blanche E. . . . LaGrange G. W. Murphy. 

Parm Clam M Newnan W. H. Parkr 

MS. Alice M Atlanta Dr. J. B. Robins. 

She.vmake. Efi it: S Waynesboro .... Mrs. S. C. Shewmake. 

D Dublin Capt Haidy Smith. 

Smith. Eillei ■; A LaGrange CO. Smith. 

I M A. . . . LaGrange j. M. Tomlinson. 

L. Kate LaGrange Prof. A. F. Trimble. 

Frank C LaGrange ... Judge W. W. Turner. 



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PUPIL. 

Whitaker. Evelyn 
Wigoins. Annie F. 



POST OFFICE. 

LaGrange 
Lumber C.ty 



PATRON. 

Hon. T. H. Whittker. 

. Rev. R. L. Wipgir.s. 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Bailey. Morah T. . . . Duke .... ... Hon. J. S. Bailey. 

BakcR. Leah W Antioch J. P. Baker. 

Baxter. J Hubert .... LaGrange Mrs. Fannie Baxter. 

Beasley. Mary E LaGrange Mrs. S. L. Beasley. 

Bradfield. Julia H. . . . LaGrange E. R. Bradfield. 

Chapple. F. Estelle . . . LaGrange Dr. J. A. Chappie. 

Co. pzr. Romie B Orangeburg. South Carolina Mrs. E. J. Cooper. 

Cot.er. Jessie R LaGrange W. B. Cotter. 

DeLamar. Sallie F. . . . Hardeman Rev. A. C. DeLamar. 

Evans. Bessie Milledgeville Samuel Evans. 

Greer. Li.-.zie L LaGrange Mrs. Eliza Greer. 

Hairston. Addie M. . . . Glee W. M. H;i 

Heard. Jennie Lou .... LaGrange A. j. Heard. 

Hood. Leila F LaGrange E. G. Hood. 

Jackson. Daisy D LaGrange . ... Mrs. H. E. Jackson. 



Johnson, R. Florence 
Lane. Emily . . . 
Martin. Annie May 
Schaub. Annie L. . 
Thomson. Cecelia E. 
Trimble. Mary Polk . 



. LaGrange J. T. Johnson. 

• Atlanta Prof. Chas. Lane. 

. LaGrange W. G. S. Martin 

. LaGrange J. L. Schaub. 

. New Orleans. Louisiana . . . John Thomson. 

. LaGrange Prof. A F. Trimble. 

Turner. Alice J LaGrange Judge W. W. Turner. 

Welijen, Annie E Inman Dr. E. B. Welden. 

Welden. Minnie R. . Inman Dr. E. B. Welden. 

Wiggins. Lfnnie B Lumber City ... R«v. R. L. Wiggins. 

Woodall. Mary Lou . . . LaGrange G. W. Woodall. 



Andrews. Roi 
Crow. S. Ai 
Dickinson. En..ly C. 
Dunson. W. Sanford 
Heard. Claude L. . 
Morgan. Emmett D. 
Newsomf. Willard . 
Reid. J. Augustus 
Ridley. Ellie C 
Robinson. Eula . . 
Tuggle. Nettie B. . 



SUB-FRESHMAN CLASS. 

LaGrange W. H. Andrews. 

LaGrange CZ. Crow. 

LaGrange F. M. Dickinson. 

. LaGrange o. A. Dun-cn. 

Scale. Alabama C. R. Illges. 

LaGrange Miss Fannie Morgan. 

LaGrang- W. H. Newsomc 

LaGrange S. A. Reid. 

LaGrange Dr. C. B. Ridley. 

Central. South Carolina . . W. F. Robinson. 
LaGrange Mrs. M. A. Tuggle. 



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IRRF.OULAR PUPILS. 

PUPIL. POST OFF! PATRON. 

Dunson. Pearl A LaGrange j. E. Dunson. 

NErriE C LaGrange Mrs. C. H. Howell. 

MoMMrV. Minnie O Lexington. Oklahoma . . . 0. A. Dunson. 

(JPfftAl, Willie C Whitesville W. H. O'Neal. 

REfcsE. Ida E Groesbeck. Texas Dr. G. W. Reese. 

Stanley. Winnie LaGrange W. L. Stanley. 

White. Amy I Wisdom's Store G. A. White. 

White. Pearl W Wisdoms Store G. A. White. 

Wilkinson. J. Kate .... LaGrange . . Mrs. J. C Wilkinson. 



SPECIAL PI PILS. 

Arthur. Roberta V. . . . Camilla Z. T. Arthur. 

Baxter. Annie F LaGrange Mrs. Fannie Baxter. 

B13HAM. Madge A LaGrange Rev. R. W. Bigham. 

Carv M H. E Millen H. E. Cary. 

C "lpeppkr. Mrs. W. F. . . Senoia Dr. W. F. Culpepper. 

ndson. Mrs. J. H. . . LaGrange J. H. Edmondson. 

E"ans. Maog'e G LaGrange Capt. W. S. Evans. 

Garland. Lucy Hillsboro Dr. J. T. Garland. 

Howell. Susie N . . . . LaGrange Mrs. C. H. Howell. 

M. Farlin. Blanche .... LaGrange Maj. R. S. McFarlin. 

itt. Lizzie P LaGrange J. G. Truitt. 

Miller. Lou Lydia. South Carolina . . Mrs. H. E. Miller. 

Rayford. Mrs. Edna E. . . Griffin c e |f 

Reese. Pearlie W Marshallville Mrs. M. E. Reese. 

Robertson. Fannie W. . Oxford. Ala Self, 

Simmons. Alva I LaGrange A. F. Simmons. 

Swanson. S. Margaret . . LaGrange Col. B. G. Swanson. 

Thornton. Lizzie LaGrange j. p. Thornton. 

Tuggle. Juliet LaGrange Mts.'m. A. Tuggle. 

Ward. T. Nettie LaGrange Mrs. M. A. Ward. 

Williams. Leila LaGrange W. H. Newsc 



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

Intermediate Classes. 
FIFTH (jRAI)H. 

Anderson. James .... Marietta Dr. W. D. Anderson. 

Bigham. Ruth LaGrange Rev. R. W. Bigham. 

Brady. Sallie . . LaGrange H. K. Brady. 



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PUPIL. POST Cv PAT. 

Cary. Louise Miller) H. E. Cary. 

Chapple. Olin LaGrange Dr. J. A. Chappie. 

Dallis. Clara LaGrange L. W. Dalli?. 

Djns.in. SulFOtt H. . . . LaGrangi Mrs. C. G. Dunson. 

Ev,\ns. Thomas LaGrange Capt. W. S. Evans. 

HoDNtrr. Saliie Fannie . . West Point W. H. Hodnett. 

Tuggle, Ruth LaGrange Mrs. M. A. Tuggle. 



FOURTH GRADE. 

Andzrs:>n. Mar/ Marietta Dr. W. D. Andcson. 

Dickinson. Kola LaGrange F. M. Dickinson. 

Heard. Clarence .... Scale. Alabama C. R. Illges. 

Heard. Curry LaGrange A. J. Heard. 

Holt, Nena LaGrange J. D. Edmundson. 

Holt. Nina LaGrange J. D. Edmundson. 

Hood. Annie Loj .... LaGrange E. G. Hcoi. 

Jackson. Erle LaGrange Mrs. H. E Jackson. 

McCaine. Mary LaGrange Dr. W. P. McCaine. 

Park, Mary LaGrange L. M. Park. 

Priddy. Robekt LaGrange Mrs. Anna Priddy. 

Reid. Charles LaGrange S. A. Reid. 

Sledge. Elgise LaGrange Mrs. E. L. Sledge. 



Primary Classes. 
THIRD ORADE. 

Anderson. Leila .... Marietta Dr. W. D. Anderson. 

Bicham. Millepge .... LaGrange Rev. R. W. Bigham. 

Broome. Jamie LaGrange C«l. J. A. Irsome 

Cary. Alice Millen H. E.. Cary 

Coon*. Maocie .... LaGrange J. N. Cooper. 

Dallis. Mary LaGrange L. W. Dallis. 

Dickinson. Belle LaGrange F. M. Dickinson. 

Pbmqh. an-..f Mack* LaGrange Mrs. C. G. Dunson. 

Heard. Martin Seale. Alabama C. R. Illges. 

Jenkins. Bermice LaGrange J. D. Jenkins. 

Johnson. Ralph LaGrange J. T. Johnson. 

Mann. Mary Kilgore. Texas T. C Mann. 

Swanson. Ben LaGrange Col. B. G. Swanson. 

Trimble. Sallie Fannie . . LaGrange Prof. A. F. Trimble 

Yancey. George LaGrange Mrs L. F Yancey. 



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SECOND (iWAI)l. 






ange 

LaGr 



I'ATRON. 

ipt. W. S. E 
G. W. Murphy. 
L E. S| 



I IRST GRADE. 

... Marietta 

LaGrange . 

I LaGrange 

Jacksoi LaGran. 

LaGrange 

Mann. Mets Kilgore. Texas . 

Kilgore, T 

Sum ... LaGrange. 



■'•'. D. Anderson. 

0. A. Dunson. 

E. a. Hood. 

H. E. Jackson. 

J. E. Jones. 

. T. C. Mann. 

T. C. M.ini'. 

f. E. B. Smith. 



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LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



CLASS ELOCUTION. 

Baker. Clara Merrill Lizzie 

Cooper. Florine Mooty. Ida 

Dickerson. Emma Murphy. Blanche 

Edmundson. Annie Clyde Parks. Clara 

Evans. Willie Robins. Alice 

Glover. Leila Shewmake. Effie 

Harris, Evans Smith. Annie 



Smith. Eilleen 
Tomlinson. Rosa 
Trimble. Kate 
Turner. Frank 
Whitaker. Evelyn 
Wiggins, Annie 



Baker. Clara 
Baker. L^ah 
Baxter. Bird 
Bigham. Madge 
Bradfield. Julia 
Britt. Amanda 
Bulloch. Mattie 
Capps, Blonde 
Cary. Mrs. H. E. 
Cleaveland. Etta 
Cook. Edda 
Covin. Gene 
Dickerson. Emma 
F. lmundson. Annie 
Edmundson. Ledra 
Edmundson. Lora 
Evans. Bessie 
Esans. Ruth 
Evans, Willie 



Baxter. Bird 
Britt. Amanda 
Bulloch, Mattie 
Capps. Blonde 
Covin. Gene 
Dallis. P. A. 
Dickinson. Meta 
Edmundson ! edra 
Evans. Ruth 
Ferguson. Edna 
Harrell. Fannie 
Hendrix. Maymie 

Baxter. Bird 
Bigham. Madge 



PHYSICAL CULTURE 

■rguson. Edna 
Garland. Lucy 
Glover. Leila 
Harrell. Fannie 
Henry. Annie 
Hines. Eula 
Holifield. Mamie 
Hood. Leila 
Hooks. Dollie 
Howard. Emma 
Latham. Mary 
Liles. Lula 
Liles. Mary 
Clyde Lovelace. Lula 
Miller, Lou 
Moss. Kate 
Murphy. Blanche 
Parks. Clara 
Reese. Ida 

BOOKKEEPINO. 

Henry. Annie 
Hines. Eula 
Hooks. Dollie 
Kendrick. Leila 
Kirkley. Nellie 
Latham. Mary 
Liles. Mary 
Lovelace. Lula 
Lupo. Lizzie 
Maddox. Fredonia 
Martyn. Ora 

PEDAOOOY. 

Hetidrix. Maymie. 
Henry. Annie 



Reese. Pearlie 
Reid. Annie 
Ridley. Ellie 
Shewmake, Effie 
Shewmake. Leila 
Smith. Claire 
Smith. Mrs. E. B. 
Smith, Mrs L. P. 
Smith. Maidee 
Thomson, Cecelia 
Trimble. Kate 
Trimble. Polk 
Turner, Alice 
Welden. Minnie 
Whitaker. Evelyn 
White. Amy 
White. Pearl 
Wiggins, Annie 
Williams. Jennie 



Maynard. Angie 
Moss, Kate 
Reid. Annie 
Shewmake. Leila 
Speer. Macie 
Strozier. Estelle 
Tomlinson. Mary 
White. Amy 
White. Pearl 
Williarr >. Jennie 
Winn. Vela 



Maddox. Fredonia 
Moseley. Minnie 



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Brady. Mae 
Britl. Amanda 
Bulloch. Mattie 
Capps. Blonde 
Covin. Gene 
Dickinson. Meta 
Evans. Ruth 
„,Perguson. Edna 
Harrell. Fannie 

Lupo. Lizzie 
Moseley. Minnie 
Smith. A. M. 

Bird. Lula 
Kendrick. Leila 



Hines, Eula 
Hooks. Dollie 
Kendrick. Leila 
Kirkley. Nellie 
Liles. Mary 
Lovelace. Lula 
Lupo. Lizzie 
Martyn. Ora 
Maynard. Angie 

GERMAN. 

Smith. Claire 
Smith. Maidee 

(iKEBK. 

Dallis. P. A. 



Moss, Kate 
Reid. Annie 
Shewmake. Leila 
Speer. Macie 
Tomlinson. M.iry 
Ward. Nettie 
Williams. Jennie 
Winn. Vela 



Ward. Nettie 
West. Miriam 



Dickinson. Meta 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 



Bailey. Morah 
Baxter. Bird 
Bigham. Madge 
Brazell. Lina 
Brinsfield, Marie 
Bntt. Amanda 
Bulloch. Mattie 
Cleaveland. Etta 
Cook. Edda 
Cooper, Florine 
Covin. Cene 
Dallis. P. A. 
DeLamar. Sallie 
Dunson. Pearl 
Edmundson. Ledra 
Edmundson, Lora 
Evans. Bessie 
Evans. Maggie 
Freeman. Altie 

Hanner. C. A. 
Kirkley. Nellie 
Latham. Mary 



PIANO. 

Hairston. Addie 
Heard. Jennie Lou 
Hendrix. Maymie 
Hodnett. Sallie Fannie 
Hood. Leila 
Johnson. Florence 
Kirkley, Nellie 
Lane. Emily 
Latham. Mary 
Lovelace. Lula 
Mann. Mary 
Martyn. Ora 
Merritt. Lizzie 
Miller Lou 
Parks. Clara 
Rayford. Mrs. Edna 
Reese. Ida 
Ridley. Ellie 
Robins. Alice 

ORGAN. 

Miller. Lou 
Richardson. Genevieve 



\S 



Robinson. Eula 
Schaub. Annie 
Shewmake. Effie 
Shewmake. Leila 
Smith. Claire 
Smith. Mrs. L. P. 
Stanley. Winnie 
Strozier. Estelle 
Swanson. Maggie 
Thomson Cecelia 
Tuggle. Nettie 
Varner. Josie W^ 
Ward. Nettie 
Welden. Annie 
Welden. Minnie 
Wiggins. Annie 
Wiggins, Lennie 
Wilkinson. Kate 



Smith. Claire 
Ward. Nettie 



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LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



R.Jr 



Brady. Mae 
Bulloch. Mattie 
Capps. Blonde 
Cleaveland. Ella 
Cook. Edda 
Culpepper Mrs. W. F. 
Dunson. Pearl 
Edmondson. Mrs. J. H 
Ev.ins. Ruth 
Manner. ".. A. 

Baxter. Bird 
Beauchamp. Eulu 
Brady. Mae 
Brazell. Lina 
Britt. Amanda 
Bulloch, Mattie 
Capps. Blonde 
Cleaveland. Etta 
Cook. Edda 
Covin. Gene. 



Bailey. M 
Baker. Leah 
Baxter. Eird 
Beauchamp. Euhi 
Brady. Mae 
Brazell. Lina 
Britt. Amanda 
Bulloch, Mattie 
Cipp?. B'- 
Cleaveland. Etta 
Cook. Edda 
Cooper. Florine 
Cooper. Romie 
Covin. Gene 
Crow, Alice 
DeLamar, Sallie 



VIOLIN. 

Covin. Gene 

QUIT Alt. 

Simmons. Alv.i 

VCHCe CULTURE 

Hendrix. May. 
Lane. Emily 
Latham. Mary 
Lovelace. Lulu 
McFarlin. Blanche 
Maddox. Fre Ionia 
Merritt. Lizzie 
Miller. Lou 
Park. H. E 

CHORUS. 

Dunson. Pearl 
Edmundson. I 
Edmundson. Lora 
Evans Ruth 
.Ferguson. Edna 
Hendrix. Maymir 
Hunter. Adella 
Kirkley. Nellie 
Latham. Mary 
Lewis. Irnid 

SKiHT-SIN<ilN<i. 

Edmundson. Ledra 
Edmundson. Lora 
Evans. Bessie 
Evjrhs. Ruth 
Vjf'erguson. Edna 
Glover. Leila 
Harris. Evans 
Heard. Jennie Lou 

Hunter. Adelia 
Kendrick. Leila 
Kirkley. Nellie 
Lane. Emily 
Latham. Mary 
Lewis. Irma 
Lovelace | 



Shewmakr 



E ina 

Genevieve 
Smith, A: 
Smith, C! i 
Smith. Maidee 

3wa,. M . ,'ie 

Winn. Vela 



Lula 
Martyn. 
Reese. Ida 

■'son. Nell 
Shewmake. Leila 
Stanley. Winnie 
Tomlinson. Mary 

,'ie. Sara 
Ward. Nettie 
Wilkinson. Kate 



Ridley. E! 
Robertson. Nell 
Robins. Alice 
Robinson. Eula 
Schaub. Annie 
Shewmake. Effie 
Shewmake. Leila 
Smith. Annie 
Stanley. Winnie 
Thomson. Cecelia 
Tomlinson. Mary 
Tuggle. Sara 
Ward. Nettie 
Welden. Annie 
Welden. Minnie 




GRADUATES. 



LAGRANC 






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■ 

ell. Una 
Brinsfie 

Edda 
:i. Gene 

Arthu: 

-II. Lina 
Bnnsfield, M 
Bulloch. Mattie 
Capps, Blonde 
Cook. Edda 
Covin. Gene 
■ 

Bailey. Morah 
Britt. Amanda 
Cleaveland. Etta 
Cooper. Florine 
DeLamar. Sallie 
Dun: 
Edmundson. Lora 

>n, Addie 
Here 



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MUSICAL I1ISI OK\ . 

Kirklf. 
Lath.r 
Lovel;, 
Mar' | 

HARMONY. 

Freeman. Attie 
Howell. Susie 
Kirkley. Nellie 
Latham. Mary 
Lovrl . 
Martyn, I i 
Miller. Lou 
Rayford. Mrs Edna 

THEORY. 

Hen: ' lie 

Hodnett. S* 
Hood. Leila 
Johnson. Florence 
Miller. Lou 
Parks. Clara 
Reese 

Robinson. Eula 
Schaub. Annie 



Kate 
Lou 

Shewmake. Effie 
Smith. Mrs. L. P. 
•r. Estelle 



Robertson. Fannie 
Robin'.. Alice 
Shewmake, Effie 
Stanlev >: 
Strozier. Estelle 
Tuggle. Sara 
I, Nettie 
Wilkinson. Kate 



Shewmake, Leila 
Thomson. Cecelia 
Tuggle. Nettie 
S Varner. Josie */ 
Welden. Annie 
Welden, Minnie 
Wiggins. Annie 
Wiggins. Lennie 



ART DEPARTMI M 



Ledra 



HEAD CLASS. 

Evans. Maggie 



SKETCH CLASS. 

Merntt. Lizzie 
Edmund: M Bessie 



r. Annie 
Evan 
■ 
ird, Emma 



PAIN I IMi CLASS. 
Maddox. Fredonia 
Merrill 



i ib, Mattie 



Moseley. M 
Shewmake Effie 



Smi.. 

Williams. Ceua 
Winn Vela 



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CHINA PAIS I IV. CLASS. 

Reese. Pearlie Thornton. Lizzie 

CRAYON CLASS. 

Anderson. Louise Colter. Jessie cy. Minnie 

Beasley. Mary Edmundson. Annie Clyde Shewmake I 

Bradfield. Julia Garland, Lucy Ward. Nettie 

Chappie. Estelle Moseley. Bessie 

ANTIQUE CLASS. 

Evans, Maggie Schaub. Mattie 

PREPARATORY ANTIQUE CLASS. 

Mitchell. Mary Ward. Nettie 



Bird. Lula Belle 
Dallis. Clara 

Anderson. Louise 
Beasley. Mary 
Bigham. Ruth 
Bird. Lula Belle 
Bradfield. Julia 
Brady. Sallie 
Broome Jamie 
Cary, LouiM 
Chappie. Estelle 
Cleaveland. Etta 
Cotter. Jessie 
Dallis. Clara 
Dallis. P. A. 
Edmundson, Annie 
Edmundson, Ledra 
^/Ferguson. Edna 



I REE-HAND DRAWING 

Garland. Lucy 
Glover. Leila 
Hendrix. MVymie 
Hodnett. Sallie Fannie 
Hooks. Dollie 
Hunter. Adella 
Jackson. Erie 
Latham. Mary 
Lewis. Irma 
Lupo. Lizzie 
Maddox. Fredonia 
Mann, Mary 
Mann. Mets 
Clyde Mitchell. Mary 
Moss. Kate 
Moseley. Bessie 



CLASS. 

Moseley. Minnie 
Park. Mary 
Reese. Ida 
Schaub. Mattie 
Shewmake. EfHe 
Shewmake. Leilu 
Smith. Paul 
Swanson. Ben 
Tomlinson. Rosa 
Tuggle. Sara 
Tuggle. Ruth 
Ward. Nettie 
White. Pearl 
Wiggins, Annie 
Yancey. George 



INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT. 



Miller, Lou 



DRESSMAKING. 

Thomson Cecelia Welden. Annie 

TYPEWRITING. 

Henry. Annie Latham. Mary 



Summary. 



Senior Class 33 

Junior Class 24 

Sophomore Class 19 

Freshman Class 26 

Sub Freshman Class 11 

Irregular Pupils 9 

Special Pupils 21 

Preparatory Department 49 

Pupils in Music. Art. and Literary Department, not included above 12 

Total (no pupil counted twice) 204 

Boarders 95 

Local Pupils 109 

Elocution . 20 

Physical Culture 57 

Bookkeeping . . 

Pedagogy 32 

German 7 

Creek .| 

Piano 56 

Organ 7 

Violin ... 3 

Guitar I 

Voice Culture 28 

Chorus 30 

Sight-Singing 57 

Musical History 13 

Harmony 25 

Theory 26 

Art Department 

Head Class 3 

Sketch Class 6 

Painting Class , |0 

China Painting Class ^.. . 2 

™n Class 

Antique Class 

Preparatory Antique Class 

Free-Hand Drawing Class 

Industrial Df.partmei. 

Dressmaking 3 

Typewriting . . 3 



Course of Study. 



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

Primary Classes. 
FIRST (iKAI)i:. 

Reading.— Appletons" Chart, Holmes's First Reader Attention given to an 

tion and punctuation. Begin wi! v word method, afterward., introducing 
phonic and literal methods. 

SPtLLiN.; Words in reading lesson by sound and by letter. Watson's Script 
Speller. 
mrnttUTK. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, nd division. Numbers illus- 
trated by objects and numeral frame. 

Waiting.— Script work of reading lesson. Script Speller, and Potter and Ainj 
s Tracing Copies. Printing words of reading lesson, on slate and 
tlackboard. 

SECOND OK A UK. 

Reading. — Holmes's Second Reader. Friends in Feathers and Fur for supple- 
mentary reading. Capital letters, emphasis, and inflection taught. 

Spulling. — Wordi in reading lesson, names of common objects, days of the week, 
months of the year. etc. Harrington's Graded Spelling Book. 

Arithmetic. — Oral instruction in Our fundamental rules. Sanford's Intermediate 
Arithmetic. 

Geography- Oral lessons in lc-al geography, cardinal points, etc.. using globe 
and maps. Pupils draw maps of schoolhouse and town, locating familial 
places. 

W' Script and printed work on slate and blackboard. Tracing Copies. 

THIRD ORADE. 

R Holmes's Third Reader. Book of Tales for supplementary reading 

..rticulation. and phonics receive attention. 
Spelli Words in reader by sound and by letter. Reed's Word Lesson;;. 

Langija, Lessons. Tarbell's Lessons in Language, Book 1. 
Amtiimh: Sanford's Intermediate. 

Geography Barnes's Elementary. Map drawing and molding. 
Wmiin... Appletons' Model Copy Book. 

In above grades, drills in object lerrons. calisthenics, singing, and drawing. 



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Intermediate Classes. 

FOURTH (iRAI)L. 

Reading. Holmes's Fourth Reader. 

Child's Health Primer. Pathfinder Series. No. 1. 
Spelling. Reed's Word Lessons. 

Tarbell's Lessons In Language. Book I.. Part II. 
Grammar. Reed and Kellogg's Graded Lessons. Analysis and diagramming. 
ARITHMl n Sanford's Intermediate complete! 
Geography.- Barnes's Elementary completed. Map drawing. 
Writing. Appletons' Model Copy Book. • 

FIFTH (JRADE. 

Reading. Monteith's Science Reader. 

HisroRY. Eggieston's First Boik in American History. 

Spelling.— Reed's Word Lessors. 

GRAMMAR. Graiei Le^sns completed. Parsing, letter- writing, and punctuation. 

Arithmetic. Sanford's Common School Arithmetic. 

Geography.— Barnes's Complete to Europe. Map drawing. 

Writing. -Model Copy Book. 

In above grades drills in phonics, calisthenics, singing, and drwmg 



COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT. 



SUB-FRESHMAN CLASS. 

i Word Lessons .... Reed 

LANCUACE- Fifth Reader '.'.'.' Holmes! 

' Higher English Reed and Kellogg. 

MATHEMATICS- Common School Arithmetic (completed) . . . Sanford. 
NATURAL SCIENCE— Complete Geography (completed) .... Barnes. 

LATIN -Introductory Latin Book Harkness. 

VOCAL MUSIC. Choral Union p,,imer' 

PENMANSHIP. -Model Copy Book Appieton. 

t rf;shman CLASS. 

LANGUAGE | ^f. or u d L t sso "\ *L 

' Higher English R eed s ogg 

HISTORY.— History of the United States and its People Weston 

MATHEMATICS Algebra Sanford . 

NATURAL SCIENCE.- Glimpses of the Animate World ... Johonnot. 

LATIN ' G / ammar an d Reader Harkness. 

' Caesar Harkness. 

VOCAL MUSIC. -Choral Union Palmer 

PENMANSHIP. Model Copy Book Appleton. 



26 LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

i Word Lessons Reed. 

LANGUAGE Elocution Kid.-i. Delsarte. 

' Higher English .... Reed a-ii! Ki 

HISTORY. Mythology 

uiTucMiTirc I Algebra Wentworlh. 

MAiHtMAMOi t Geometry (four books) Wentworth. 

NATURAL SCIENCE.— Botany Steele's Wood. 

i Sallust - Catiline Allen and Greenough. 

LATIN Virgil — ^eneid Searing. 

' Prose Composition ... Hardness. 

VOCAL MUSIC Choral Union Palmer. 

PENMANSHIP ... Apple 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

i, Nrl ,. r r * Word Analysis Kennedy. 

LAINUUAOC. l Rt , etorjc 

HISTORY- General History . .... Myers. 

MORAL SCIENCE ( 5Jj" rt ;, . G , M Steele. 

i Bible Outlines ... CM. Steele 

MATHEMATICS * Georne,r y (completed) Wentworth. 

i Trigonometry Wentworth. 

NATURAL SCI ENCE ( P h y siol , |y.f nd ^ iene ' ■ Smith. 
/ Natural Pmlosophy Avery. 

^ Cicero— De Senectuie Allen and Greenough. 

LATIN Horace— Odes. Satires, and Epistles Anthon. 

I Prose Composition ... Harkness. 

VOCAL MUSIC. Choral Union | ,j !ncr . 

PENMANSHIP Appleton. 

OPTIONAL STUDIES. -French. German. Spanish, and GreeV 

SENIOR CLASS. 

y The English Language . . Kellogg and Reel 

LANGUAGE English Literature . Raub. 

' Shakespeare Hudson. 

MENTAL SCIENCE * b 0g 'u ,' ' ' ' JevonsHill. 

i Psychology ... Baldwin. 

MORAL SCIENCE ' Gh [, ,s,ian f v ' de " ce f ■ ■ ■ • ■*<--■■ 

i Outlines of the Bible G.M.Steele. 

MATHEMATICS ' Analvtic Geometry Wentworth. 

| Bookkeeping Williams and Rogers. 

' Astronomy .... . . Steele. 

NATURAL SCIENCE Phvsical Geography Maury. 

I Geoiogy ... 5trele. 

I Chemistry Avery. 

ATIN * Tacuus— Germania and Agricola . .... Tyler. 

i Prose Composition (completed) . . Hirkness 

VOCAL MUSIC. Choral Union Palmer 

PENMANSHIP Appleton 

OPTIONAL STUDIES.- French. German. Spanish and Greek. 

In each of above classes, compositions, phonic drills, and physical culture 



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MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 



-yHIS department offers a thorough course in vocal and instrumental music 
■ theory, and musical history. Some of the teachers have had advantages 
of the best conservatory training, all are eminently qualified for their respect- 
ive positions. The methods employed are those used by the best instructors 
of American and European conservatories. We invite attention to the graded 
courses of study given below. The time requ.red to complete a course will 
be determined by the pupil's previous attainments, and by the rate of progress 
<iepende:it on talent and industry. 

TrIEOKV. 

Under theory is included notation, thorough-bass, harmony, double chants 
chorals, and acoustics. Theory is kept in advance 01 execution that each 
step may be intelligently taken. Thus greater progress is attained. The course 

theory Will compare favorably with .hat of the best conservatories, and in- 
struction ; /,., • pupils in piano and voice culture. 

CotlfM of Study in Theory. 

i NOT MMDE. 

Palmer's Theory of Music. Part I, 
Notatic" and rudimentary principles 
Written exercises. 

SSCQNfj (iHAlll. 

Palmer's Theory. Part II. 

Major, minor, and chromatic scales. 

Clcrds and tl eir ir.versicr.s. Written exerr 

THIRD (IKAI)i:. 
Palmer's Theory completed and reviewed. 
Thorough-bars Written exercises. 

POUKTM <JKai>i: 

Emery's Elements of Harmony. 
Emery's Additional Exer 

HI TH (MADE. 

Emery's Elements of Harmony completed and reviewed 
Double chants. Chorals. Harmon.zing melodies Acoustics 
Richter's Additional Exercises. Acoustics. 

MUSICAL HISTOKV. 

Pupils have access to a library containing the best musical books and journals 
tethe fourth. f„,h. and sixth grades, pupiis are required to read biographies of the 
I other musical literature. 

Course <>t Study in Musical History. 

nan m.a«. 

Lessons in Musical History (Fillmore). 

MGOND VHAk. 

The Great Tone- Poets (Crowest ) 

Pupils required to write biographical sketch of each composer. 



23 LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE- 



PIAN). 

Particular attention is paid to technique throughout the course To attain 
correct position and touch, pupils are first taught to play slowly. With in 
creasing strength and flexibility, rapidity of execution is required until the 
desired tempo is reached. Ensemble playing is period.cally required, ard 
recitals are given. Piano pupils must complete the first three grades n 
theory. Those completing the fount grade in thsory and piano, and the I 
year in musical history and sight-singin,;. will raselve a csrtifi ate in instru 
mental music. Those completing the course in theory, piano, and musical 
history, and first year in sight-singing, will receive a diploma. To all piano 
pupils in and above fourth grade in instrumental music, instruction in weekly 
sight-reading class is given \uthg it extra cha 

Course ol Study t:i Piano. 

IlkST ORASB. 

Koehler. op. 249. Vol. i. Loeschorn. op. 65. 

Scales and finger exercises. 

Solos by Ritter. Streabbog. Lichner. Peuret. etc. 

HtCTWB oka;>;. 

Koehler. op. 249. Vol. 11. Duvernoy, op. 120. 

Maior and harmonic minor scales. 

Solos by Berr. Lange. Streabbog. Blumenscnein. 

THIHI) (1RAD: 

Koehler. op. 249. Vol 111. Heller, op. 45. Schumann, op. 68. 
Major, melodic and mixed minor, and chromatic scales. 
Solos by Bahm. Spindler. E.nery. Denne;. Reine:!te. etc. 

HOUKTH (IRAK. 

Czerny. op. 299; op. 553. Heller, op 47. Loeschorn. op 

Lebert and Stark's Piano School. Part II. 

Chopin s Valses Mozart's and Clementi s Son;v 

Scales continued. 

Solos by Kuhlau. Liszt. Lysberg. Merkel. Schulhof! 

I IITh (iRAI)I 

Crnmer's 60 Selected Studies. 

Lebert and Stark s Piano School. Part III 

Mendelssohn's Songs without Words. Chopin's Polonn 

dementi's Gradus ad Parnassum. Beethoven'?. Somi 

Scales continued. 

Solos by Raff. Haydn. Henselt. Schubert. Scharwenka. Moszkowski, etc. 

.MXTH OK.llil 

Moscheles. op. 70. 

Bach s inventions. Beethoven '^ Sonatas. 

Scales continued. 

Solos by Liszt. Weber. Wagner. Chopin. Rubenstein. etc 

OkfiAN. 

Instruction on the pipe organ will be given by a graduate cf the New 
England Conservatory. Cabinet organ is also taught. Those completing this 
course will be well fitted to take charge of choir and church music. 






Course of Stud) in f'i|K- Oman. 

n 

VI 
I I! 

Church an 






V 



II 

. I! 



VIOUV 

proved me:!,:, i 3 . The omrm of study 

™«. etc.; tfannta,',, F««enden-s 

playing with piano and cornet solos duets 
| sers. Pupils furnish their own instruments. 



QUfTAR AND MANDOLIN. 

tion on these Instrum 

SKiHT-slVilVi. 



n these Instrument-- will be given by a com 






of lhe in Every , pi] in the collegiate 

cepartmen- has the advance of a tnorough course ,n vocal music. This enables 

•' ald 0f J ■ music at sight. Pupils 

- more rapid and intelligent progress in 

C TV " „ng the power 

tZT tk " 

•gently , ,e a,m ol this departnv „ ur ,„ a musicaJ 

* 3nG lees, church n. 

choru; - 

a nommal fee of $1.00 per term tone-third of 

:. the class. 



Cottf-M of Study in Sight-Singing. 

,rade. 

I 

■ 
•elected from- 



30 LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 

VOICE CULTURE. 

Only experienced instructors of broad musical education are employe i i 
department. The teachers are graduates of America's best conscrva'orie, of 
music. The genuine Old Italian method is used. Since correct breathing is the 
basis of good tone, as well as of good health, breathing exercises are given 
thr ughout the course. Noise and ••forced" tones do not constitute singing. 
Pupils do not learn, parrot-like, a few songs the musical thought of which neither 
pupil nor teacher comprehends, but their voices are properly trained and devel- 
oped. Instruction is given in vocal physiology, tone production, true musical 
conception, and orthoepy as relating to singing as well as speaking. Pupils 
meet teachers periodically for ensemble practice and recitals. This course fits 
pupils for solo singing, in concert and church, and for teaching voice culture 
properly At the discretipn of the teacher, pupi's are allowed to sing in public. 

Pupils completing th? first vesy in sigjht -inginj and musical history, the founh 
grade in theory and voice culture, will receive a certificate in voice culture. 
Those completing the courses in sight-singing, mus-cal history, theory, and voice 
culture, will receiv. a diploma. 

Course of Study in Voice (''ilture. 

URST ORAHE. 

Emerson's Vocal Method. Bonaldi s Stud'es. 
Breathing exercises. Vocal physiology. 
Setting the voice. Exercises adapted to individual. 
Diatonic scale, slow tempo, using vocal adapted to pupi 1 . 
Selected solos. 

5ECON1) <JRAI>: 

Marchesi. op. 1. Concone's 50 Lessons Bordogni's 24 Vocalises. 
Breathing exercises. Slow trill. Blending register 
Study of vowel and consonant sounds in English. 
Selected songs and ballads. 

THIRD —|| 
Marchesi. op. I. Vaccai's Italian Method. Concone's 25 Le~ 
Breathing exercises. Trill Italian melody. 
Study of vowel and consonant sounds in Italian. 
Selected anas and English songs. 

HHJRTH (IRAKI 

Marchesi. op. 21. Panofka. op. 81. Bordogni's 36 Vocalises. Bks. ill 
Breathing exercises. Expression and phrasing. 
Study c! lite '-nntinued. Concert singing. 
S lections from oratorio and English song. 

I II TH (iRAI)l 

Lamperti's Studies. Bordogni's 36 Vocalises. Bk. III. Marchesi. op. 15. 

Breathing exercises. Expression and phrasing. 

Dramatic accent. Concert singing. 

Study of aria, recitative, and cavatina. 

Operatic selections in English. Italian, and German 



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ART DEPARTTIENT. 

TP IIS department is directed by an artist 0' ability and experience. Besides 
1 course In the New York Art Students 1 League, she was a pupil of Twacht- 
man and Alden Wier. 

Much work is done from na'ure and objects, and free-hand drawing is required. 
Pupils are taught not mere copying, but true art; hence their work has a life in it 
often wanting where only colored prints are used. A feature of the department is 
a sketch class fhat work from nature, often taking a member of the class as a 
model. 

The course includes the following classes: Preparatory antique, antique, crayon, 
still-life, head class, and sketch class. Pupils have the advantage of lectures on 
the history of Art. This department offers unsurpassed advantages in oil and 
crayon portraiture. 

The Art Hall is commodious, well lighted, and admirably adapted to its uses. 
It is carpeted, and supplied with casts studies, etc. 



INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT. 

y.-ilS department is now a permanent feature of the institution. It includes 
■ the following branches: Dressmaking, typewriting, and stenography. 

A competent instructor has been employed to take charge of dressmaking 
Regular lessons are given in cutting, fitting, and making dresses. Instruction is 
also given in plain and ornamental sewing. The uniforms worn by pupils are 
made in this department. 

Stenography and typewriting are taught by an expert. Instruction is given in 
punctuation, capitalization, business and social correspondence. A knowledge 
of these practical branches may be acquired at a small cost. Telegraphy is also 
taught when desired. 



Remarks on Course of Study. 



OPTIONAL STUDIES. 

A LL optional rudiiS, si 1 as vocal and instrumental music, drawinp. painting. 
'"French, .tern . 5'r .ish. and Creek, are taught so as to interfere as little as 
possible wan : i e regu 1 r studies cf pupil.-,. No pupil having commenced an 
optional studv m d.r >ntinue it without the permission of the Faculty, given at 
the request of s par nt or guardian. Pupils must study Latin in order to grad- 
uate in tr< A h . rse. 

SPECIAL STUDIES. 
: who are deficient in c tain branches often desire to graduate. There 
abic them to take a regular class standing as 
ued as irregulak pupils, 
-d graduating may wish to complete special 
music and ' ', Such will he received, and. 
ace' of prcficiency. These are 

i the College must be sul- 



may pursue sue i* v :s as w 

coon as possible, ouch are en 
Graduate.:- or those who dc . 
studies, or to enjoy the .dvaniu 
on finishing ' icse subjects, may i 
enrolled as special pupils. Specia. Mis b.' 
ject to all regulations affecting boardin, 



MODERN LAV 

German. French, and Spanish are ta'.; 
one half of the Western Continent spe 
guage is a desideratum. We have i.icorpora'*. 
course, and it is laugh! by one who ha 

BEDCL'TIG' 

Class elocution. is taught free in regular c 
course in elocution may receive instruction fror 
advantages. For this a reasonable fee is charged. 



tip ent instructors. About 
.d knowledge of this lan- 
last-named study in our 
'•: a specialty. 



-ipils desiring a special 
one who has had superior 



TEACHERS' CL 

Instruction is given to actual as well 
professi n, and those entering tt s*iol 
nrepare to te.ach. The old sci.oolmajier . 
"three R's ;" the ideal modern teacher, besides 

Mind. Matter, and Method." The teacher 
years of experience in norma' school and i: 
class visit the differe: 
practice. To those intenci 
of a skillful, experienced te 
this coi e. nearly two~tl 
Among t, text-bookc used 
agement, Brooks's Norma! 
of the mmon-school bran- 



eachers. Teaching is a 

call to teach is a call to 

with a knowledge of the 

must study the "ihree M's 

-harge of this clars has had 

/ork. Members of the teachers' 

in rooms, an 3ee the method.-i taught put into 

teach. tion is so valuable as the model 

Of th seventy seven pupll'J that have taken 

Jeer engaged in successful teaching. 

Baldwin's Psychology. B.Vidwin':, School Man 

ads, R*ufe's Methods of Teaching, etc. A review 

? also E*ven to those neclmg and desiring it. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 

KOOKKEEPIVi. 

Double entry, commercial law. and business correspondence are t*u 
study is not optional, but is required of all members of the gnduating class 
Girls should have a practical business education. Many lucrative and honorable 
positions are open to women qualified to fill them: besides, -very housekeeper 
should know how to keep a correct account of her inc ^me nnd expenses. One 
hundred and ninety-four young ladies have taken this j irae, ry erf them 

arc now fillingpositions where they apply practically the i, struct r he. received 

A successful business man has written us thus; "1 am t d to • - you have a 
commercial department. Our women know very little abo the ( • -y-day busi- 
ness affairs of life. Many graduates can work out difficult , roble. :, and read 
Latin and French; but how many can make < ut a post-office r. : ney order or tell 
the difference between a draft and a check? Yon are on the right line: teach 
your girls business." 

IMPORTANT FEA^ £S. 

Special attention is given to letter-writing, n -,.-ion. penma' 
torms. orthography, phonics, and English cot .,--,. Our vocal mil 
mere practice for Commences but daily :ingin . , m . , en b 

a teacher of acknowledge charge is made for theory. ( my 

or class elocution. Members 'vanced classes will have rev, „i e . 

mentary branches, besides dn .ehold economy and etiquette. 

CH, k,.c )P INSTRUCTION. 

The teachers are libera y edu .•, c . and experienced. Their vaca- 

tions are not spent in mere ile recreation .tudying matter and methods 

thereby better preparing th -selves for their special work. The teaching ls 

THOROUGH AND I , . dopl a „ modern hooks and mp . . ^ 

approved, equally bo: , , he oW that have been fo , jnd £ 

course of instruction I _ no t discarding the lower elementary branches 

when advancing to the higher, but incorporating and studying them throughout 
the entire course. 

»N1? RECREATION. 

Pupils are rarely confli ■ , hour at a tirlie in study ^ 

wion. statea intervals to- ■=. «, and m incorpora.ea in fee sched- 

ule of daily duty. Thus sy. t, is favo-able to o, ier and d, ind con . 

ducive to health of body and /igor of mind. 

PH\ \L CULTURE. 

We have engaged a specials important branch The 

College will be supplied w,th the * gymnasti nances. Pupils will also 

have the advantage of calisthenics and m'Jitary d 

STUDIES OF I :. 

In addition to the study periods during the da. • , pupils study .wo and a 

half hours after tea. under the care of a teacher. Jesultorv or aimler itudy 

■ allowed. This provision really doubles the a- stages wfafa* boardi upils 



34 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



possess over those who are not inmates o ( the house. Under such jud. clous reg- 
imen, pupils form habits of earnest and intelligent application ; and. ai 
our boarders stand among the foremost of the school. 

OWMBt OF STUDY. 

There are three regu; of study in the literary d; | 

tution. viz.: Classical. Scientific, and iuate. The classical course em- 

braces all the studies of the regular curriculum. Tht -same 

as the classical. Latin excepted. graduate course embraces advanced 

studies in language, science, and mathematics. We intend that our diplomas 
shall mean something. They are not granted t -ashing a tew special 

studies. Pupils must cor ete one of these courser, in order to graduate. 

INS UIMENTALITIES. 

The College is supplied with v and complete p al apparatur. New 

desks, maps, and charts have . been bought. recent purchases may 

be mentioned a fine microscope. - i ,.y's Geo- 

graphical and Astronomical Charts. Graha- lings's Anatom. al Chart, and 

an electric clock (The Autocrat) for runn.- .irious daily programs. 

ATTEND' A.. 

Going to school is a business. Absence ol one day each week is a loss of 
twenty per cent. What business can sustain such loss and prosper"- 1 Patrons 
should co-operate in securing the prompt and regular attendance of pupils. Ab- 
sence detracts from class-standing, but. in cases of serious illness, absence 
does not aft standing. 

EXAMINATIONS AN REPORTS. 

There will be monthly written examinations, under such regulations as to afford 
a just criterion of the scholarship of each pupil. Each of the examination papers 
• >duced is graded according to its excellence: and. from the average of 
these marks and records of daily recitation, the : ained. 

At the end of each three months, a report of pupils' standing in their studies, 
attendance, and deportment, will be Befit to patron:;. Rco ! ill ab- 

sences, which pupils should e::p!ain to the:r | 

CLASS DISTINCTIONS. 

in the Senior class, all yoa 
standing and have passed all examination;; will be appointed to take part in com- 
mencement exerciser,. N: rred. 

In the Junior class, the v.- 
will be appointed to read original essays during Commencement. To compete 
for a reader's place in the Junior class, the pupil must have entered college dur- 
ing the first two weeks of the .'session. Each pupil must pursue all the stud-es of 
the classical or scientific "nurse, and must stand all the class examir. - 
When a branch ' ,ly studied and the pupil gives satisfactor 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 35 

den: .ency in the sams. she miy be excused from daily recitations, but 

must stand the class examinations in that branch. 

In the Sophomore class, ten young ladies will be selected to recite during C 
mencement. These appointments depend on excellence in si ,d deport- 

. To compete for a reciter's place, the pupil must be pursuing all the studies 
he classical or scientific COI 

All dues must be settled betore any dis;. diplomas are 

rred. 

MEDALS. 

!1 be awarded next Commencement. After years of expenenc- 
our verd.ci is. (hat the giving of medals is unwise, and pernicious to pupils. 

neoRees. 

irrees will be given - 'Hows 1 . To those' ; ompleting the classical co, 
efroe A. B. . nu*e completing tr course, the degree B S 

" l0 ,hose C0 «"Ple«"- :he degree A. M. 4. To those 

plet.ng the course in p. ,h a degr L i. I. M. (Bachelor of Instrum, ■ 

1 5. To those comolc '■; course in voice culture, the degree B V M 

(Bachelor of Vocal Musi.-i. S< 0. and 34 

TEKMS >D VACATION . 

The collegiate year is one continuous session, beginning the third Wednesday in 
September, and ending the first Wednesday in June. It ,s divided into three 
terms namely. Fall. Winter, and Spring. The Fall Term begins ^ 20. 1893 
the Winter Term begins Dec. 13. 1893: he Spring Term begins Mar. ? I 894 ' 
and ends June ■ 1S Commencement Day. The annua' vacation 

- third Wednesday ,n September 



Calendar for 1893-94. 

*l* UllJt, 18' .. :. ALL Term 

December 13, 1803. Winter Term Begins. 
March 7. MM. . Term C 

June 6, INQ4. Day 



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Virth anr^a Cwdrnci .. „,nimittee for 1803. 

lB ' °" W. A. Post. Es C . 

rraatoM 1 ( \atiining Committee for 1804 

J. F. Park. LL. D. w . v , Wadsv^rth. D. D. 

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Expenses. 

Kates per 5cholaxlic Year. 



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

First. Second, and Third grades $ 20 00 

Fourth and Fifth grades 30 00 

COLLEOIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Sub-Freshman class 35 00 

Freshman class 45 00 

Other classes 54 00 

Diploma (literary or music) 5 00 

Certificate ( music ) 3 00 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 

instruction on piano or organ 50 00 

Voice culture (single pupil) .... 50 00 

Voice culture ( in class of two or more i each 40 00 

Sight-singing (including song books, choruses, etc. | 3 00 

Violin or guitar 40 00 

Use of piano one hour to one and a half hours per day 1 00 

Use of piano each additional hour per day 5 00 

Use of piano, to pupils in double music, two hours per day . 10 00 

ART DEPARTMENT. 

Drawing (pencil, charcoal, or cray - i .30 00 

Crayon portraiture, pastel, or china painting .... ... 40 00 

Oil painting 50 00 

SPECIAL STUDIES. 

Special elocution (in class i 20 00 

Special elocution (single pupil l 40 00 

Special harmony 30 00 

Dressmaking 20 00 

Typewriting, with use of instrument 20 00 

Stenography 40 00 

Special penmanship i for the course i 3 00 

Board, including lights (electric; and fuel $13500 

Laundry 15 0C 

Board, laundry, and literary tuition 204 00 

Board, laundry, literary tuition, piano lessons, with use of instrument . . 264 00 
The last named, with voice culture 31400 



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LOCATION. 

LAGRANGE is seventy-one miles southwest of Atlanta, on the Atlanta and 
West Point and the Macon and Birmingham railr located upo;. a. 

high, rolling country, above the Pine Mountain range. It I* noted for its beautiful 
gardens of flowers, its elegant homes, and the general culture of its citizens. 
Through their generous efforts in establishing schools and colleges. La . 
has long been famed as an educational center. 

HKALTHFULNESS. 

The hsaithfuiness of LaGrange is proverbial. The elevated, undulating nature 
of the surrounding country causes a natural drainage: hence there is no sickness 
arising from malaria. Pupils can here enjoy a semi tropical climate.— lacking 
the extreme cold of nigher latitudes, and the intense heat of places less elevated. 

SITUATION. 

The College occupies a most magnificent site, eight hundred feet above sea 
level. College Hill is one hundred and three feet higher than railroa i 
affording a commanding view of surrounding country. Being situated one half 
mile from business center of town, the College affords a quiet, beautiful retreat, 
where teachers and pupils board together and constitute oi.e iamily. The College 
us connected wth the town and depot by a street car line, which affords econom 
ical anc convenient transit. The late Dr. Sears, agent of the Peabody Fund. 
said of the situation that he had traveled extensively in Europe and Am 
visiting schools and college;, but he had never 
and adaptation. 

THE QROUNM 

Are nine acres in extent: and. beautiful by nature, are diversified with tjrraced 
groves and gardens. In these shady walks and quiet retreals. the young ladien 
find healthful outdoor exercise and pleasant retirement. 

THE in u mvis. 

The main buildings are the College and College Home.. In 1856. the pi 
was sold to the North Georgia Conference for $60,000. and many improvements 
have since been made. Water works have been erected, and the buildiii 
supplied with an abundance of pure well water. The College and College 
are lighted with the best Edison electric lifl 

THF. COLUMB 

Is built of brick and granite, and covered with tin. making it fireproof. It to 
60 x 1"0 feet, two stories high at one end and three at the other. Tin 
contains recitation rooms, and is divided by wide hal! -;ach other 



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thereby affording perfect ventilation. On the second floor are located the 
chapel, and a complete arrangement 0! , ms convenient to the chapel 

and admirably situated for instruction and practice. Art and music rooms occupy 
the third floor. 

I mi COLLBOfi CHAPRL. 

The Chapel is 60 x 100 feet, with a capacity for 1500 person.. It is beautifully 
lighted by large windows, and has five enirances. It has been pronounced, by 
distinguished visitors, to be the largest college hall in the State. 

COLLBOE MQMB. 

College Home is located one hundred feet west of the College, with which 
connected by a brick walk. From the roof of this building, water flows toward 
all points of the compass. Six yea-s ago. at an outlay of $10,000. it was enlarged 
to double its former capacity. During the past session there was built a three- 
story Annex. 50 x 50 feet, containing home chapel, gymnasium, and rooms for 
pupils. We can now accommodate one hundred and twentv-five boarders 
Each story has a hall running the entire length of the building. The second 
floor is reached by three broad stairways. The rooms for boarders are eighteen 
feet square, with doors opening into these wide halls, and with two or more win- 
dows receiving air and sunshine from without. These rooms are thoroughly ven 
tilated. having open grates, windows with weights, and doors with reversible 
transoms. Tne thickness of the walls is a protection against the extremes of 1- at 
and cold, and the pupils find their rooms comfortable in every season. With our 
S " pe ' • angements. it is not strange that College Home has had. for 

,he P : ' ' » health record unsurpassed in the South. 

LAURA HAVOOOO WUHAM LOAN FUND. 

Wm. S. Wnham. of Anniston. Ala., has donated $10,000 as a loan fund the 
interest on the same to be used for educing dependent girls. This fund is 
already in operation, two young ladies having enjoyed its benefits during the past 
session. Already there are more applications for aid from the fund during the 
coming Marion than can be granted. Will not some friend of Christain educaion 
make a loan or donation to meet these pressing demands? 

ulara giving Information concerninf m-^ 

loan:; are made, will te furnished on application. 

UMtAtV. 

Many valuable books and periodicals have recently been added to the Library 
ng the books of reference, pupils have access to seven encyclopedias and five 
unabridged dictionaries. Attention will be given to building up the Library 
h is a valuable aid in acquiring a finished education. Money or books con- 
tributed will be gratefully received. 

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The Alumnae of the College hold an annual meeting during Commencement 
to revive the associations ot the past, and contribute to the prosperity of their 
Alma Mater. 



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LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

The Irenian and 1 1 mplishing much for the College. 

The Societies meet in the l /« halls each Saturday forenoon. Their e 

ns, deba.- 

UNIFORM. 

For the sake of economy, and to prevent any discontent arising 'rom disparity 
m dress, we have adopted a uniform. This will be worn on Sunday s. and on 
such occasions as the Laiy Principal may prescribe. The uniform Ing of 

gray dress flannel, made and properly trimmed, including cap. will cost not 
exceeding $1 J. 00. In winter pupils mu ket. which will be 

furnished at cost. Until November 1. pupils nay wear such dresses as they 
ready have, but after that date uniforms must ..e worn as prescribed above. The 
uniforms are made in our dressmaking .: and there will be ample ti 

to provide for them after pupils enter college. For ever. .ni'orm is 

required, but parents are requt: r daughi- ■ 

WEAR PLAIN WHITE DSESSES DURUK 

NEATNESS AND ORDER. 

Every effort is made to secure the utmost ne 
the young ladies, in the arrangement and care of their rooms, clothing, and per 
sons. The rooms of the boarding pupils are inspected daily »ken 

of any disorder, negligence, or untidiness. 

MORAL AM) RELKHOUS ADVANTAGES. 

We give constant attention to the moral and • 'raining oi 

Religious exercises are held morning and evening. On Sunday morning p 
attend such churches as their parents may designate. A Young Ladies' Chr: 
Association has been organised, and weekly meetings are held. Once a month 
ft holds a missionary meeting. Bible lessons are part of the curriculum. & 
rianism is eschewed, but we seek to commend the Chr. y precept 

and example. A religious atmosphere has pervaded College Home during the 
past year. All the graduating class tut two. and the. entire boarding patronage 
except three pupils, were members of the church. 

HEALTH. 

A close, intelligent supervision is exercised over the. health of boarding pupils 
The Lady Principal has made medicine and the health of pupils a lifelong study. 
The slightest ailments ate promptly treated. In serious cases, the best me I 
advice is secured and competent nurses are provided. 

of the tystem of treatment ; ,:id. when made know 

the President, is scrupulously respected. All the conditions of proper sanitation 
are carefully observed. It is a n< Iceable fact that our ■• ■ school in 

better health than when they enter. 

D0M8S1 K ARRANGEMENTS. 

The sleeping apartments of the College are accomm . i to four inmates- 

Bedsteads, washstands. tables. j--a? Col 



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lege. Each pupil must furnish her own sheets covers, pillowcases, and towels 
Each pupil should have an umbrella, a gossamer, and overshoes. 

I m QOVeRNMBNT 
I. mild but fim. The pupil is taugh, ,o respect herself and others, and at all 
Hmes ,0 observe propriety and decorum. Confidence between pupils and teachers 
« invited and secured. Such an esprit op cokps is thus obtained as renders 
ngid discipline rarely necessary. 

RBFBRBNCBS. 

We refer ,0 any of our patrons. Inquire of them whether our catalogue is a 
fair index of what we are and what we do. 

NOTE 

Our neat, economical uniform. 

Our well graded literary and music courses. 
$4000 spent in improvements during the past year. 
Buildings are brick, and boarding-house only two stories high 
Many of our pupils are teaching in prominent schools of the State 
"resident and his wife have taught successfully for thirty-seven years 
Bible ,s taught in regular course. School religious, but not sectarian 
Our teacher of sijrht- singing is one of the fines, vocalists in the South 



Regulations for Boarding Pupils. 

Wear the College uniform. **" * MUST 

Meet visitors only in reception room. 

Contract no debts at stores or elsewhere 

P»y for damage done to College property 

Promptly report sickness to Lady Principal 

Arrange room before leaving in the morning. 

Discontinue no study without permission of Faculty 

Promptly obey rising, prayer, study, retiring, and school bells 

- .he Sabbath, and attend Sunday school and church in the morning. 

IM I'll s Ml ST NOT 

ipend the night out of the College. 

Communicate with young gentlemen. 

Sit in windows, throw or converse therefrom. 

Leave grounds witnout permission and escort. 

Send or receive anything by means of day pupils. 

Visit sick or exchange rooms, withcut permission 

Borrow money, jewelry, or clothing from each other 

Receive visits from day pupils or others without permission 

Leave p.anos open, or visit music and art rooms without permission 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 

Ten Reasons 

Why girls should attend the LaGrange Female Collei 

1. Location. Half- mile from business center. Beautiful and retired. 

2. Health. Good water. Elevated, undulating country: no malaria. 

3. Boarding.— Pupils and teachers board together in College Home. 

4. Faculty. — Trained, progressive. Engaged exclusively in teaching. 

5. Literary Course. Well graded. Best books and methods. 

6. Music — Unexcelled. Voice culture a specialty. Sight-singing daily. 

7. Art. Exceptionally fine advantages. 

8. Teachers' Class.— Thorough course in methods and management 

9. Bookkeeping. -Taught free in regular course. 
10. Lxpenses. — Reasonable rates. No incidentals. 



Commencement Exercises, 1893. 



Fri d ay , June 2. 

8:30 p. m.— Exercises by Preparatory Department. 

Saturday, June 3. 

10:00 a. m.— Meeting of Trustees, and Visiting Board from tri North Georgia 
Conference. 

Sunday, June 4. 

1 1:00 a. m.— Baccalaureate Sermon by Bishop A. G. Haygood. 

Monday, June 5. 

10:00 a. m.— Recitations by Sophomore C... 
8:30 p. m. --Lecture. The Fiddle and the Bow. by Ex-Governor Ro t. L. Taylor. 

Tuesday, June 6. 

9:30 a. m. — Essays by Junior Class. 

1 1:00 a. m.— Address, Genesis and Geology, by Rev. W C Black. D. D. 
4:00 p. m. -Reunion of Alumnae. 
8:30 p. m.— Annual Concert. 

Wednesday, June 7. 

9:00 a. m.— Essays and Graduating Exercises of Senior Class. Conferring 
Degrees. 



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